Well, it’s safe to say it’s been quite a year. We’ve emerged from a nationwide adoption of lounging in basic sweats and pyjamas as a result of the pandemic, to an outburst of self-expression. But comfort has become a continued fixture in our wardrobes, with more investment in self-care.
Three months before the key climate summit in Glasgow, a code red for humanity was announced, following the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). It specifically states that human activity is changing the climate in unprecedented and sometimes irreversible ways, warning of extreme…
In recent months, everyone’s becoming their own facialist. Whether it be due to boredom, or the fact that salons and spas have been closed because of the pandemic, consumers are investing in products that enable them to still have the salon experience, while in the comfort of their own home.
The past year hasn’t been an easy feat, with staying at home and fewer social distractions it’s been a battle between willpower and self-control to try and leverage our time into something positive. It may have been an uphill struggle, but we’ve got there in the end.
The global Coronavirus pandemic has caused significant change, like no other public-health crisis we have seen before. Events in the past year have seen consumers making more conscientious ethical decisions when it comes to their fashion choices.
It’s astounding to think that your regular morning go to, could be having a detrimental effect to our local community, our ecosystems and our overall carbon footprint. According to ‘Beat the Microbead’, the beauty industry produces more than 120 billion units of packaging globally, that’s every…